Monthly Archives: June 2013

Five injured after SUV crashes into Bordentown Township eatery

BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP — Five people were injured after an SUV crashed into the glass storefront of Bordentown Bagels on Sunday morning, authorities said.

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Violentas protestas en Rio

Incidentes estallaron entre manifestantes y la policía esta tarde, cerca del estadio Maracaná de Rio de Janeiro, durante el partido para definir al campeón de la Copa Confederaciones entre Brasil y España, constató la AFP.

Croatia celebrates its EU membership

Fireworks lit the sky and festive crowds gathered on the streets to mark Croatia’s entry Monday into the European Union, a major milestone some 20 years after the country won independence in a bloody

Court wins drew big crowds to gay pride parades

Gay rights supporters crowded parade routes in San Francisco, New York and other major U.S. cities on Sunday _ but this year’s pride celebrations were especially lively after a week that saw the Supre

Ala. county files plan to exit $4.2B bankruptcy

Attorneys for Alabama’s Jefferson County have filed a 101-page plan that would allow it to exit the largest municipal bankruptcy in American history.

Rollover accident in Provo Canyon causes delays

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NJ lawmakers break for summer: A look at some bills that passed and some still in limbo

TRENTON — Like students on the last day of school, New Jersey legislators bolted from the Statehouse on Thursday night for a long summer recess.

Fearing more outsourcing, Quakertown’s support staff fight for new contract

Quakertown Community School District’s janitors, secretaries and teachers aides fear there may be more outsourcing on the horizon.

Pa. budget bill nears OK; Corbett agenda up in air

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A $28.4 billion state spending plan sped toward approval in the Pennsylvania Legislature on Sunday, just hours until the start new fiscal year, with two leading agenda items cha

Corbett unveils Pa. plan to rescue Philly schools

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The Philadelphia Inquirer is reporting that Gov. Tom Corbett has completed negotiations with state lawmakers on a rescue package for Philadelphia public schools as the district